Previews and Lineups
Whether the Orioles win or lose, they’re going to help determine who makes the AL postseason in the season’s final series.
The Orioles have another chance to play spoiler 10 years after Robert Andino sent the Sox packing. Baltimore will start three young left-handers in the final series of the year at Camden Yards.
The Orioles welcome in the Rangers, who are almost as bad as they are, to Baltimore for a four-game set before closing with division rivals Toronto and Boston.
It’s the first and only time these teams meet in 2021, with the Phillies trying to catch the Braves and the Cardinals for a playoff spot.
It’s the last time these teams will meet in Baltimore in 2021, as the Orioles host the Jays at Camden Yards starting tonight.
Fresh off their stunning series win in Yankee Stadium, the Orioles hope to carry that momentum back to Baltimore against a fellow rebuilding club.
Who the Orioles beat and don’t beat in September will go a long way to determining who makes the playoffs in what spot.
The Orioles head to Toronto for three games against the Jays. The pitching matchups do not look pretty on paper.
The Orioles get a chance to end their skid against the 62-64 Angels and the single most dominant player in baseball right now.
Tonight is the first of three games in which the O’s will have to face their polar opposite: a first-place team that’s riding high on a six-game road winning streak.
The O’s are in Boston for a three-game set against the Red Sox, who are in search of a season-saving stop to their current slide.
With Boston stumbling, Tampa Bay is back in front in the division. The Orioles will try to serve as an obstacle in the Rays’ path.
The O’s head to the Bronx against a team that loaded up at the trade deadline. Can the Orioles ruin the Yanks’ fun?
As the trade deadline arrives, the Orioles will face another rebuilding team looking to flip some trade pieces.
When the Orioles were in Washington earlier this year, they lost all three games. Maybe they can do better at home.
The Orioles head on the road to begin the post-All-Star break portion of the 2021 season.
The Orioles begin another series with a team over .500, and this time it’s with the White Sox, who are second in the league in run differential and who have won seven of their last 10.
The O’s head home for their penultimate series before the All-Star Break, where they’ll see the Blue Jays for the eighth, ninth and tenth time in the last three weeks.
The Orioles will face the first-place Astros in a non-divisional matchup. Houston leads the lead in several offensive categories, so Baltimore will need the hot bats of Ryan Mountcastle and Cedric Mullins to lead the charge.
We’re nearly halfway through the 2021 season, and this series will be the first matchup between AL East foes Baltimore and Toronto.
Since the start of the last Orioles-Rays series, the Orioles are 5-16 and the Rays are 16-5.
A hot, albeit hobbled, Mets team comes to Camden Yards for a quick two-game series against the suddenly dangerous Orioles.
After losing 14 in a row, the Birds have now won two straight. They’ll try to stretch this inkling of momentum into a roll in their first series with Cleveland.
The Orioles carry a nine-game losing streak into Chicago against the first-place White Sox. If they’re not careful, it’ll reach an unlucky 13.
The Twins have been a huge disappointment so far. So maybe the Orioles will finally string together a couple of wins?
For the first time this season, the O’s will travel to our nation’s capital to face off against their regional rivals.
The Orioles finally play a division opponent other than the Yankees or Red Sox. The Rays are trending up, but can Baltimore finally win some games at home?
The divisional rivals meet up for the third time this season as the O’s host the Yankees for three games at Camden Yards.
The Orioles have played well on the road. The Mets have excelled at home. These two narratives collide for two games.
The Red Sox and Orioles have taken turns getting the best of each other in two series this season. Which way will the third series go?
Coming off a series win in Oakland, the Orioles’ first West Coast trip concludes with a three-game set in Seattle.